Carla de la Pava is the first Arlington County Treasurer to win the President’s Award.
Arlington’s Alexis Zambrano is a proven “roadeo” star who doesn’t horse around, having now brought home silver to go with previous gold at the big regional “Equipment Roadeo” competition, sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic American Public Works Association.
The American Planning Association has recognized Arlington’s commitment to community-based planning and smart growth with the Gold 2017 National Planning Achievement Award for Implementation of our General Land Use Plan and smart growth journey.
The Arlington County Board will honor this year’s Notable Trees at the April 25 Board Meeting.
The County Board has honored the Platinum Level Champions’ efforts to encourage the use of public transit, biking and walking as means of transportation.
These volunteers provide vital time and support to allow young people to discover skills and self-confidence so they can thrive.
The 2017-2018 Arlington County vehicle decal was designed by a Wakefield High School 10th grader.
Four winners of the second annual “Fast Four” were recognized by Arlington Economic Development.
Outstanding long-term care facility employees are recognized for their care of residents.
Sheriff Beth Arthur has been selected to receive the Arlington County Bar Foundation’s William L. Winston Award, the group’s highest honor, on Nov. 15.